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Competitive and sustainable manufacturing by means of ultra-efficient factories in urban surroundings

 
: Lentes, Joachim; Mandel, Jörg; Schließmann, Ursula

International Foundation for Production Research -IFPR-:
23rd International Conference on Production Research, ICPR 2015. CD-ROM : With Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers (PIIE) National Congress, 7th IE Research Conference & 17th International Society for Business Innovation and Technology Management Roundtable Conference; operational excellence towards sustainable development goals (SDG) through industry 4.0; Manila, August 2-5, 2015
Manila, 2015
6 pp.
International Conference on Production Research (ICPR) <23, 2015, Manila>
Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers (PIIE National Congress) <14, 2015, Manila>
IE Research Conference <7, 2015, Manila>
International Society for Business Innovation and Technology Management (ISBITM Roundtable Conference) <17, 2015, Manila>
English
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IAO ()
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Fraunhofer IGB ()
sustainable manufacturing; Green Manufacturing; Ressourceneffizienz; Nachhaltigkeit; sustainability; Ultraeffizienzfabrik

Abstract
The rapid growth of the world population, the finiteness of resources on our planet Earth and the ongoing tendency towards urbanization result in the need to question our actions and economic activities, also for industrial enterprises. A paradigm shift to decouple growth and resource utilization is needed. By means of ultra-efficiency, factories are targeted, whose positive impact to their surrounding is optimized instead of only minimizing negative influences. In the contribution, the concept of ultra-efficient factories and first tools for their implementation are introduced. Therefore, the term ultra-efficient factory is defined based on the state-of-the art. On this definition, spheres of activity for ultra-efficient factories under consideration of urban surroundings are determined. For the spheres of activity, concrete criteria to assess the according maturity of companies are identified and aggregated into a comprehensive maturity model. The maturity model enables the determination of concrete potentials for advancements of companies. To support the industrial application of the theoretic work, industrial best practices are determined and a visual tool is developed.

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